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The Prince Who Fell from the Sky, by John Claude Bemis - book review by Fred Patten.

Submitted by Fred Patten, Furry’s favorite historian and reviewer.

The Prince Who Fell from the Sky, by John Claude Bemis.
NYC, Random House, May 2012, hardcover $16.99 (259 [+ 1] pages), Kindle $5.98. 860 more words

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The Mill Race Monster; Deadly Rain; Devil Dogs...

On Monsters and Mysteries in America, we were recently presented with the Mill Race Monster, a gargantuan green beast reportedly observed in Mill Race Park in Columbus, Indiana.   516 more words

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Huvek, by James L. Steele - book review by Fred Patten.

Submitted by Fred Patten, Furry’s favorite historian and reviewer.

Huvek, by James L. Steele
Dallas, TX, FurPlanet Productions, July 2014, trade paperback $19.95 (247 pages). 1,074 more words

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In the articulata of
An anthropomorphic thought
In the seventh dimension
By the second son of a second son
By the medleys of bourbon flights… 39 more words

The Hero of Color City - animated movie review by Fred Patten.

Submitted by Fred Patten, Furry’s favorite historian and reviewer.

The Hero of Color City, directed by Frank Gladstone. 77 minutes. October 3, 2014. 1,135 more words

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